Learn how you can synchronize your local project files with the developer consoles using the
jovo get CLI command.
The Jovo CLI can be used to communicate with various developer consoles, for example from platforms like Alexa or Google Assistant.
jovo get allows you to download files from a developer console into your
build folder to synchronize your local files with the remote console project. You can see it as the opposite of the
A use case for
get is convenience. Sometimes, it's easier to make updates (modify a language model, upload assets) in the browser based developer portal instead of JSON files.
get allows you to make the changes online and the import them into your project.
You can then take a look at the updated
build folder and copy those changes over to the project configuration, for example by using the file builder. This will make sure that the content in the developer console does not get overridden in the next
build command execution.
get:platform to synchronize your local
build files with platform developer consoles:
$ jovo get:platform <platform> # Example $ jovo get:platform alexa
You can also add flags from the table below.
||The locales to be retrieved||
||Overwrite existing files in the
||The stage to be retrieved. See staging.||
||Turn retrieved models into Jovo models in the
CLI integrations may also add their own flags. Learn more in the respective platform docs: